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THE WILMINGTON POST;
WILMINGTON, N. C JULY
. . .-. ...Ii, General It utherfbrd. - -As
the time for holding the convention
.approach evjue propriety of supporting for
position ttiat 'candidate having - the 'tnot
strength and greater; claims; to, public iavdr
becomes ipparbe necessUy for ability,
fo?thfiiln.a- knA entire" devotion to the fn
terests-bl therRepttWicao party 4n Jbe j State
Legislature all confess and no inan possesses
tbe qualifications named in a greater degree
thar. General Allan Rutherford, whose name
tre submit to the Republican voters of New
Hanover county for their. suffrages. It; can
be said most truly that if he consents to have
v his name presented to the convention tbe
. offiee will seek hinl and notbef ther bffice.".
IJp has twice refused to be a candidate,! and
only in a time when the party and the coun
try demands uis services will be consent to
serve. - This fact is apparent from the career
of the man as known, to us. For four .year?
he has lived in this cfommunity, and with a
devotion to duty and thecause of the lately
eufclavtd has labored to secure them those
rigliis ntvtr theirs but for efforts like
-General RuibtrforrfB. In season and out of
season, sacrificing health! and all hopes ot
gaining wealth in the profession of which
he was an omanieut before the war ; our
lawyer soldier baa been loyal to the . highest
duty apparent to him, and this duty (has
gained him the gratitude, love and respect
of the entire Union party and people of this
State and section of country. Several other
gentlemen have been suggested as possible
candidates for the position of representative.
V Did notT the occasion cat for a man of Gen
eral Rutherford'- peculiar character we
would not feel disposed' to take the field in
advance for i ur candidate, but the situation
is one demanding quaiifien ions of a pecu
liar -i- tr, nd a$ no candidate has yet- ap
ptaii d a !;o ctiL show the' name amount ot
energy, biii:y and experience in political
affairs we feel it iur duty t" advocate e'i
. .'tire ui.it v in tte nomination t. th;-. pk pla
CANDIDATE AND FUE.-kM CS's FK1 H.ND,
GEN E HAL ALLAN llU rHERFOuL-! j
) With; many good and! true men 1 acting V;
representatives io the lower branch of the
legislature, the Republican party ha3 felt tb
necessity of extra ability and devotion 'o
duty. ' It is not given to all men to sacrifice
gain and ambition 'to the public good.' Few
? possess the peculiar qualities of mind caus
ing one to repeat with the old Roman ; " It
is sweet and glorious to die for one's coun
try." The record oi General Rutherford x
hibits tlu se-heroic qua!ities in the highest
degree. Leaving a lucrative profession he
volunteered as a p-y. aiy ia the celebrated
gentleman's n initnt," the New York
National Guard. Not a holiday soldier:
Iw i.,n1 iKor f Via la nrl ha InvoH wo u
lu danger of disruption and extinction as a
united and great people, he buckled on his
sword " for the war." To a name honored
in the annals of our country he has added
new laurels, and actuated by the highest
motives he lias- to' day the honor esid
fighiing his country V battles, of assisting t
settlY- by honorable means tiie bd feeling
engi.; 1 red by strife, and sarng from an
nrnii,. ffcr tbe conflict of arms hii'i
ceased. Dted to the education ot tbe
njae has ben instrumental in giviiw
cUr pjuple 'schools, and the hope ot the
country the rising generation- will ever
bless the name of Allan Rutherford for that
rmost priceless of treasui a good free
scuuui euucauon; r
Among citizens where our candidate has la.
bored so faithfully and so well it is not ne
, cessary tj enter into a detailed account of the
nurneious Oi utfitsj conferred by him on the
Colon d am! Munrer cIasspa nl nnr nnnniatlnn
It gratitude exists among them, then each
and every one can uo uothing else but sup
: TlinTlortftrH A nanoral TTnttiPTfnrd.
The following record of the favorite can
didate of the loyal voters of New Hanover
county for the position of : representative in
the Legislature to Jill the place vacated by
another gallant officer is" worth read i ng.
We commend it to.our readers forexamina.
tion and preservation; ' ' 4
.General Allan Rutherford was born in
New York city, and is descended from one
of the oldest families of that State, j He
served for seven years in the famous i 7th
Regiment of New York National Guard,
and was one ot the Guard of Honor that ac
companied the. body ot Ex President ; Mon
roe when it was removti from New. York
to Richmcnd,- Va., in 1867. When the re
beHion broke out was engaged in tbe prac
tice of law in New York. He, immediately
volunteered and entered the army in April,
l61,as a Sergeant in the 9Ui Regiment New
York National Guard.; he was prompted
toibe Captain, and then to Major 7th of
January, ,1862, and Lieutenant Colonel
80: h September, 1863. He was breveted
Mjjor, Lieutenant LColonel, and .Colonel for
gallantry at tbe; battles oi "Cedar Moun
tain" and "Second Bull Run," brevetted
Brig. General " for distinguished gallant
and meritormus service during the war."
He pirticipated in the following battles:
" Harper's Ferry," ' Bal l's B.uff," " Cedar
Mountain," Rappahannock Station,"
"Tuoioughfare Gap," "Gainsville," " Sec
ond Bull . Run," "Chantilly," "South
Alountain," "Anuetam" and all the battles
and skirmishes, during Pope's campaign
and Earley'? JKaM. H was wounded , and
in consequence was transferred to the Vet
eran Reserve Corps in 1864 . as Lieutenant
Colonel. He commanded the Department
Corps of the Veteran : Reserve , Corps near
Wastington, D. C, for nearly six months,
and organized nearly all the- regiments ot
Ijthat Corps. Ordered to Indiana in the
Snmcner of 1864 to aid in sun Dressing the
'Democratic conspiracy of the " Sons of Lib
erty." He commanded the camp of the
Draft Rendezvous at Indianapolis and or
gn;zd nearly all the last Iudianna regi
ments. He relieved 31 -j Gen. Hoovy of the
conuraand of the Drafc Rtiudr zvous of Indi
ana and remained in charge until the close
of the war. Ordered to North Carolina in
March 1866. he his remained at Wil
mington ever since. Having been placed
on the retired list, he is at liberty to serve
his country now in the balls of legislation,
as he has ever faithfully acted for them in
We are pleased ' to see that our. young
townsman, Mr. G.'L. Mabson, has sustained
the honor of Wilmington in the Washington
University, and that he is mentioned as tak
ing an active part in the debate among the
Ws are pleased 'with the .appearance of
The North Carolinian, a new paper published
at Elizabeth City, and born on our birthday
and .therefore we tell friend John he must
" keep burning brightly : the fires of liber
-mmwt -. - -
We are indebted to Hon. O. .H. Dockery
for Report of Post Master General.
officii ii. ;
AN! ORDINANCE CONCERNING BARBER
Be it ordained by the Board of Aldermen of
the City ot Wilmington, as follows: ;
ec 1. That no Barber Shop shall be allowed
to kep open later than 10 o'eloc A v. o i Sun-r
d.ys, any ordinance to the com j notwith
Ktandimr. ' -
She. '4. Any, person violating tuis orainance
shall be subjeet to pay a penalty of $5 for each
violation thereor o
Passed in Board of Aldermen June 28tn. 1563.
i ' City Clerk,
june l j 86-2t
ATTENTION IS CALLED TO 8ECTION 25,
of the General Drdinant e of the City, con
cerning 8treet and; Side-Walks : ;
Paragraph 6. No person shall .hitch or tie ary
none or mu e to any snaae uee or ump puoi t
any street: nor shall any person hitc or tie, i
ride or drive, any horse or mule upon any side
walk. All persona violating tuese provisions 1
shall forfeit and pay ten dollars , for every of- j
fence. . :: fr ' f
Pari 8. Everv nereon driving any carriage.
bnggy, wagon, cart, dray, or other vehicle, who
shall stop the same on any of tne crossings ol
the streets, so as to obtrvct it, shall forle'.t and
pay live dollars lor every offeue
i W. P. CANADAY,
July 4 I 2S7-t
AN ORDINANCE IN REGARD TO RE
turn of Sales, &c.
be it rdained by the Board of Aldermen ol
the City. of Wilmington, as follows :
Section L That all dealers,.whose sales amount
to $100 per month, all Auctioneer, Commercial
Brokers, Commission Merchants, Insurance
Companies Telegraph Companies, Gas Com
panies and Ferries, shall make return to the
Clerk ot the Board of Assessors of all sales and
receipts, on or before the 10th of each and every
Sec. 2 Any person, firm or company, who
shall neglect or refuse to make such return, shall
be l'able to a penalty of $10 for every 6uch neg
lect or refusal, and in case of such neglect or
leiusdl it shall be the duty ol the Clerk of the
Board of Assessors to estimate such sales or re
ceipts, and to assess the same against such per
son, firm or company, together with the penalty
uer&i.i provided, anc; the same shall be collected
in the same manner as others monthly taxes.
dec d. lhls ordinance shall be in' loice trom
and alter the parage thereof. .
Fussed m iioard ol Aldermen June 29th, lboy.
julyl 2S6 2t
From Dispensatory of the United States.
DIOSMA CBEFATA BUCHU LEAVES.
Provtrties. Their odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, their taste bitterish, na
analogons to mint.
Medical Byrpertiei and Um Buchu leaves are
gently sti" ulaut, with a peculiar tendency to
the Urinary Organs.
They are given in complaints of the Urinarj
Organs, such as Gravel, Chro Catarrh of the
Bladder, Morbid irritation o. the Bladder and
Urethra, Disease ol the Prosta." Gland, and Re
tentioq or incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation.
The remedy has also been recommended in Dys
pepsia, Chrot.ic Rheumatism, Cutaneous , Affec
tions, and Dropsy.
Hblmbold's Extract Buchu is used by per
sons from tbe ages ot 18 to 25, and from 85 to 55.
or in the decliue Or change of lite; after Con
finement, or Labor Pains ; Bed-Wetting in chil
in affections peculiar to females, the Extract
REAL ESTATE SALE."
HORSE RAIL R0
R. S. ALDR0N &
vv;: : of .:
- - AND . . ' v .L ..-
PERSON All PROPERTY
-v:-'::-:BYTHE''." -.'! ...
riORXil CAR Oil HA
Real and Personal Estate Agency,
CAPITAL STOCK $ 1 30,000, 1
SUBSCRIBED AND TAKEN BY RESP05SIBLE
PERSOK8, AND CHARTERED BT TH3 LEG
ISLATURE OP NORTH CAROLINA. 1
JOSERH G. HESTER, President.
JOSEPH DIXON, Vice-President.
JOHN C. HESTER, Secretary.
ROBT. .Q. LEWI3, Treasurer, bond $5,000.
Sapervisors of Drawing.
CYRUS P. MEN DEN HALL.
SIUN H. ROGERS,
; JAMES H. FOOTE.
3,000 Valuable Pieces of Property to be
Drawn for. Worth $H6,o94
73,347 Tickets to he sold at $3.00 Each I
SEVEN FINE RESIDENCES Four in thb
i Citt op Raleigh t
T7VER WILLING AND ANXIOUS TO AC-
commodate their friends, arrangements hare
of Buchu is unquaied by any other remedy, as been made for the Cars to pass their door ab&ut j J
in Chlorosis," or iKetentiou, Irregularity, Pain-: the middle of next week. ) -
One Residence in Raleigh, N. C,
i One 41 "
1 One " . "
port for office tiie man who has dyne so
much j or them, duly the weak, the crimi
nal ana the childish forget favors received,
and presume to throat themselves into oppo
aition to the moral sentiment of the people.
Some such are among us, and forgettul of
the past toey come before the, people advo
catinsf their own claims or the claims of
men without principle or standing in the"
party as if our citizens were as ignorant and
foolish as tlivyapparently suppose them to
be. To such we say u t he wise never in
tuit the intelligence of tbe - people." Our
citiz have en igh of thought ,nd j ad g
tnfii.t t - select the wheat fitm the chaff; tin
true fr m liu: talse, and when a man of Gen
eral Rutherford's character is presented for
iavorab!e consideration, tl ere remains but
one duty hir tvery true io a i mi pairio'
do, and thnt tt suppori nnd sustain
"right mtn tor tu rigl.t jj ttCe."
Alwas in favor of harmony among our par
ty wef8ubmit to the judgment of the Republi
can . oterg; .of . New 1 Hanover county th:
claims of our candidate. ( We need i HUff
-but whether he is nominated or not we shlb
tustain the views of- the majority, of &he
party, and always place our predilectiooS
44 subject to the action. of the County Con
.ventionV From allindications we think we
give t bis " action" in advance, and with
confidence in the wisdom, good Judgment
:- patriotism of the delegates we rest as
sured that the PEoruvf csoicr will be our
candidate, Geo. A itu'uvrtord.
The New Berni, Times appears in a new
dress, and we.. are ; delighted to see" so
spright'y and pleasant a la'iy able to wear"
... new cltithes. .. . , , . . , . ,
r TThe Times it a Wthy exponent of Re
publican principles and is doing a nob!
work nobly and well. -
I The miserable subterfuge of " Captain "
XiarUins who advertises in a Democratic
paper that Tie -wag jQ the United States ser
vice ; can deceive no body " Captain " L.
when he imagines that by slincrincr mu.d.ot
gentlemen who are well known for long and
faithful services i to th Republican party,
hexan decease any body but himself and his
I IWd would not dignify l Captain" Larkins
by this public notice but for the tact that
he pretends to lien Republican. God for
bid ! The word Republican ex presses
nothing mean or low or base, and the
? geni leman " and " officer ' who could bor
row inmiey from school-mistresses ant' live
on tne ch rity of ladies wht-n occupation was
; flf, red is beneath our ntice. The countr)
U turned by just such men " as Cap
rain " L .rkins, and we hope the people who
countenance aT too transparent ' beat " at d
fraud " will glory in the reputation the
Captain " now -lias the unenviable " hon
or" of possessing.
"Captain" Larkirs slurs on the "Grand
Army" who refuse to acknowledge him,
(and a gallan. officer who does not beg for
office but is man euough to gain his living
without either; into the hands of both army
and officer we commit our spurious u Cap
tain," beft not without telling " Captain
when he declares the Post owned by any
body but the present editor he i. e. the
"Captain "lies as badly as when he
claimed to be a soldier or a gentleman.
rpHE MARSHAL SHALL BE THE GENERAL
L. Health Officer of the City, and it shall be
his duty, at all times, and more especially du
rim? the months ol June, July, August and ciep
teinber, to observe, auu he shall give it in charge
oi all rnemoer 01 the ponce, to observe and re
port to him, the sanitary condition of all parts
ot the City. In addition thereto, t he Beard ol
Aldermen shall ai nuaily divide tbe City into as
many health wards as they may deem necessary
1 and shall appoint one ot their number to be s
T Speciarireaitii-vnxcerior-cawtr-ot- ..qy
bach ileal tu c nicer, as oiien as Le 6hall deem it
necessary, and not less than once a week, during
i i. . . I ,1 L. 1 I ;. !t . i
iue uiuulub ttiureeaiu, au.au vibit ana inspect tn
condition o. his ward: and they and the Marsha
. ha 1 report to the Mayor the condition Ofauv
part of the City which may at any time require
attention; and, especially, they shall report
everythiug that may require, or make it expe
dient that any ol the tubsequent provisions of
this bcctionshouidi beeutorced ; and the May
or !u.dl take action as hereinafter required.
i A.i CBiiars, excavations, or openspac s, under
i aDy building in which water at any time stajr-
nates or rises, or wnich are damp, and in whicu
uui ana uuwnoiesoiue air is generated or touud,
shall, upon the notification and requirement ol
uu Mayor (which it atull be his duty to give;,
De fiiled up Dy the owners theteol to the level ol
tue street or al ey djuiuiug thereto, with sand
or gravel, or sooieoiher iuiyerihaile substance.
Aiid all lots on which Water remaius and tta
uates, or wnich are geueran wet aud danp, ard
ull lots uunk. u below the level oi the uext adja
cent ctreet or alley, and irom winch, there is no
suitable drain or gutter, ol a perruaueut charac
ter, sufficient reauily to vent water from the
oauir, suail, upon like notification and require
ment Lots drained, (which it shall be the duty oi
tuy Mayor to give;, oe filled up by the own.s in
tuj mauuer aloresaid, or so urai ed oy gutters,
cuiveitfc or drains as to be kept fr- rv.m water
.Every peron tailing to comply w.u the fore
goiug pruVlBlOus of luis fceetiou, alter uotiflcu
ion aud requirement from tne Mayor, c-hall lor
leit and pay tweuty uol ars lor each and every
day of such failure, aud, moreover, shall pay ali
tue cost and expenses of hi ling up or draining
as aioresaid, which, upon such lailure, the May
or shall cause to be done at the exoenss of the
City. I f . ! ;
All occupants ot houses 7ith cellas, and it '
there be no occupants, then the owners, shall j
cause all dirt, flitn and rubbish to bs removed!
uluess or 8upprefcsion ot Customary : Evacua
tions, Ulcer .ted or scirrhous state ot the
Uterus,, Leucorrhea, or wnites.
Diseases of the Jsladder, Jiidneys, Gravel, and
Bropsicae Swelling. Tbis medicine increases the
power oi Digestion, and excites me AOsorDents
into healthy action, by which the Watery or Cal
careous depositions, ana all unnatural Enlarge
ments are reduced, as well as Fain and Incarna
Helmbold's Extract Buchu has cured every
case of Diabetes, In which it has been given. Ir
ritation of the Neck, of the dladder, and inflam
mation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of the Kid
neys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases
Oi tne rrosiaie ! ijiana, oiodb in iue.oiH.uuer,
Calculus, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and Mucus
or Milky Discharges, and for enleeblea ana deli
cate constitutions, of both eexes, attended with
the following symptoms : Indisposition to Ex
ertion, Loss ot rower, Loss oi Memory, Liimcui
ty of Breathing; Weak Nerves, Trembling, Hor
ror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision.
Pain in the Back, Hot Hands, Flushing oi the
Body, Dryness of the Skin, Eruption on the
Face, fallid Countenance, i Universal .Lassitude
of tbe Muscuiar system, &c.
HELMBOLD'S ! JbXTHACT BUCHU 13 DlttrCtlC
and Biood-furifying, and cures all diseases aris
ing irom habits oi dissipation, excesses and im
prudences in life, impurities ot tbe Blood, &c ,
superseding Capaiba in affections for which it is
used, such as Gonorrhoea, Gleets ot long stand
ing, and Syphilitic Affections -in these diseases,
used in connection with helmbold s robs
Sold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere.
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Helmbold's.
Take-no other.; Price, $1 25 per bottle, or six
bottles for $t 50. Delivered to any address. De
scribe symptoms in all communications.
Address H. T. HELM BOL, 59 Droadway,
53?" None are genuine unless done up in steel
engraved wrapper, with fac simile of my Chemi
cal Warehouse, and signed
H. T. HEJLMBOLD.
i inly 3 ,1 287-t-au"-24
We nronose to reerulate tho price of DBY
GOODS for the Summer. 1 If
PULL THE BELL ROPE IN TIME.
The Wilmington Regulator is the place tq get
the best assortment and the most good to the
least money. I f
We are bound to close out the balaucje of our
SUMMER GOODS, regardless of cost, and f will
for the next "THIRTY DAYS ," comlnemcing
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23rd, nst.,
sell Goods by the schedule price below :
Best Figured Lawns, only $. cts.
Beautiful Jaconets and Organdies front 35o 50
cents ; former price 50 to 75 cents. j
Berage, Leno, Mozambique and otblr desira
ble Dress Goods, including a few patterns I t ig
ured Grenadines, at very low pnees.
One 41 Chapel Hill "
One Hotel in Taylorsville 41
LIST OF PERSONAL PROPERTY.
Samples on exhibition at HESTER BROS. & CO.,
No. 26 Fayetteville St., Raliigh, N. C,
at the regular cash prices.
10 Fine Pheatons; $600 each, made by H.
D. Schmidt, Baltimore, Md , 0,000
10 Fine Top Buggies, $350 each, made .
by H, D. Schmidt, Baltimore, Md,... ithiiy)
50 1st Premium, 7 octavo Pianos, made ,
by Tremaine Broi, N. Y., $650 each 32,500
5 Parlor or Church prgans, 6 stops, $2501
each made by Tremaine Bros., N. Y 1.250
500 Sewing Machines, Wilcox & Gibbs,
$60 each.... yo.000
500 bilk Dresses, best article, 12 yards
each, $40.... 20,000 1
6 Velocipedes, S75 J j450
24 Rolls Brussels Carpet, 45 yards each, i
$135 per roil.........; ;,500
, 6 Salamander Safes, Wilder's patent, best ? '
in the world, $260 each 1,500
1 Cash Prize, $1,000 gold.. 1,000
10 Cash Prizes, $100 each , 1,000
200 do do, 10 do 2,000.
672 do do 5 do 3,300
1000 do do 'i do 2,000
DOMESTIC GOODS AT OLD, TIME
RE VD I PONDER!
A DOLLAR SAVED. IS
WEL. R. R. OFFit'E.
Office Gjgnekal Ticket Agknt, i
Wilmixgton, V N. C, July 2d, lb69. )
Common Calicoes, only
i Good Calicoes, only..; , 10
i Best Calicoes (choice styles). . . . .:12s aiid p.5 cts.
-a j r
j Oub readers are directed to the very able
argument of Dr. Myers, on our - thiid page, crop.
Those people who believe that the coun
try is growing poorer are advised to stuiy
the income returns of 1868 as compared
with those of 1867. Whether the returns lor
the city ot New York may not be taken as
evidence; that it is the rich who are growing
richer, is a question, but there can be no
doubt that the number of income tax-payers
in that city has increased in this one year
nearly 3 per cent., while, the taxable in
come baa increased 24 per cent. Tho oum
ber ot tax-payers in 1867 was 17,430, now it
is 18,030 ; the income taxed was $68,045,862
in 1867, and ia now $85,597.484 ; while the
tax baa increased nearly a million ot dollars.
The average income of each tax-payer in
1867 was $3,800, now it is nearly $4,750.
? Our candidate for representative is a lin
eal descendant of j that gooc old revolution
ary Rutherford i after whom the county of
Rutherford in this State was named. Very
few of the pretenders to superior purity ot
descent can jboast so pure a pedigree as our
gitlant 4carpet baggern candidate. 1
The Pennsylvania Industrial League have
requested all persons or- corporations rep
resented in their body, to forward to them
suggestions concerning tariff modifications,
tor the use of the Congressional- Committee
ot Ways and Means.
As soon s he gets fairly warm in his seat
the new Secretary of the Navy should set
himself about revoking the order issued , by
his itamediate predecessor in office xhang
ing the name of certain of our naval : ves
sels. ' '. ,
We. ate. pleased to see General JEstes in
twn. He is lookiDg well and gives glow
ing accounts of - the prospective cotton
T HROUGH TICKETS TO THE FOLLOW
ing Smnmer resorts, at the prices specified,
may be obtained upon appiitation at the Ticket
Office of this Company :
White Sulpuer Springs, Va .$23 50
Rockbridge Alnm ' .... ... 22 90
Healing j " 24 75
Hot . . 24 75
Bleached and Brc wn Shirtings and Sheetings,
6i, 8, 10, m, 15, 15, 18, 20, and 25 cents, aiid up.
Extra size Honey Comb, and Marseilles jQuilts,
in great variety I j
Table Cloths and Damasks , Napkihs and
We will shortly place on sale Excursion Tick- .
ets at greatly reduced prices, good until Novem ;
ber Itst, 18o9, for grand excursion t ri pafrom Bal-
tlnwre .by Kail, River,- &c, . to Niagara Falls, i
Montreal. Quebec, Superior City, White Moun- !
tains, Saraiuga Springs, &c. Passengers going j
by one route aud returning tother.
Corresponding ticuets to t . nect at Baltimore '
win ue soia ai tie wiimiugtou and weldon
Kailroad Ticket i ilice. The prices oi these ex
cursion tickets vary in accordance with tue roate
taken, but all terminate in New York or Boston.
WM. M. POISSU.
General Ticket Ayent.
July 4 j 27-lt
from such cellars, and tho. raida tn h.a tium.o
1 " w UMUSC I
UtiH WtilTHWuahuH vhonouo on A n xi
shall be notified and required by the Mayor so
Ail occupants, if there be no occupants, then
the owners, of all 6tores, shops and warehouses,
shall remove therefrom all fish, oeef, pork, hides
or other matter or other articles, whatsoever,
which may be putrid, or offensive to the smell,
or may tend to corrupt the atmosphere, and
shall ventilate and cleanse their building when
ever notified and required by the Mayor.
All persons keeping one or more cows, horses
or hogs, within the limits of the city, shall keep
their Btables, Tards, pens, or enclosures in which
such animals shall usually stand or be, dry and
thoroughly cleansed ; and, once in every fort
night, tney shall remove the filth and ofial from
the same, beyond the limits of the city.
No person shall permit an putrid, noisome or
offensive matter or substance of any kind to re
main or be upon the lot or premises occupied by
nlm, out shaii immediately remove the same be
yond the liuiits of the city.
Ai. privies or necessary houses, or places used
as such, thai! be emptied or cleaned put, or
thoroughly disiuiecteu once in every tortnigbt
by the occupant, or, in his absence, by the own
er ot the lot on which euca privy may be.
Ho owner of any lot shail suner any James
town or other weeds to grow thereon ; bur, all
lota shaU be kept tree ana elear therelrom: by
the owners. rf
Ho person shall place, deposit, throw, pour,
or convey by any urain or gutter, Into or upon
any street, alley, wharf, or other public piace
within the city, and dead animal, otfal, garbage,
filth, manure, feculent matter, foul or putrid
water or other fluid, or any matter offensive to
the bineU or iujmioua to health; nor shall any
pereou keep, or suffer to remain, any ot the ar
ticles or taiaga above mentioned, In or upon his
yard or lot more, than twenty tour hours.
Avery person violating any of the provisions
of tue bevtn last preceoing paragraphs of this
section, BiiaU lorieit and pay twenty uollars. :
J"'? 1 i5-2t
WILMINGTON & WELDON R. R. CO., ,
vrfiCE oy UHIEF JKO. S GEN. StTPT.
Vilmington, N. C, July 1 I860. )
ilKlDiS AND BHIDlSGaooM.
Essays for Yoitng.Meo on the interesting
relation ot Bridegroom to Bride, in the institu
tion of Marriage, a Guide to matrimonial felic
ity, and truQ happiness. Sent by mail in sealed
letter envelopes u-ee ol charge. Address. Hu W
ARD AtiiaoClATION, Box i Fhiladelpnia, Fa.
MSA1u 8AFES, FBATHR DUSTERS AND
Just received and for sale low, by
i - -
Pure Linen Huchaback Towels, commencing at
1 3' i
$1 50 PER D O ZEJX
All the better grades DECIDED BARGAINS.
THB BEST ASSORTMENT IN
Ladies' Hose, only..
Gents' Socks, only.
3000 Prizes. v alue of the total am't, 148,694
All of the above is put in the drawiDg at the
regular cash selling prices and will be disposed '
of by a regular mode.ol Drawing, and in order
to accomplish this, the Company will sell 73,347
tickets at $3 each. . '
The Drawing will take place in tho city of
Raleigh, immediately alter scao of pickets, of
which due notice will be given, at least one week
belore the day ot drawing. ,
The Company is working under the provisions
of a special Charter granted by the General As
sembly of North Carolina, which compels the
Company to comply faithfully with all contracts.
Copies can be had on-application to the Com
pany. All the above mentioned property will certain
ly be disposed of as above stated, and those
drawing it will be invested with the title b fee '
ggpT No member of the Company is allowed
to purchase any tickets. L
All moneys 6eut by mail, at the owner's risk
that sent by Exp- ess, Post Office Orders, Checks
or Drafts, at the risk of the Company.
No property will be listed unless t-e title
The Treasurer has been required to give a bond
for the faithful performance of his duties , lie is
required to deposit, daily, in tnc nanE, an mon
ies received, where it wivl remain until all the
tickets are sold and all the property will be pos
itively drawn and delivered to tue parties draw
ing. .T&end two dollars by express, post office
order; registered letter, or draft, at our risk,
or by mail at your own, aud take a chance at th
3,000 Valuable prizes ottered.
Tickets will be sent any where in the Uuited
States at the Company's risk upon the receipt of
$2 and postage stamp.
The plan of drawing shall be as follows : there
shall bb two wheels, one a prize wheel and one
a number Wheel, arranged in 6ome public place
in the city, wlure any one holding a ticket may .
nresent on the dav of drawing. In the num-
i ber wheel there shall be 7.5,347 tickets corres-
ponding in number to those which have been
j sold. , in the prize wheel there shall be 3,o00
i tickets. Theee tickets wixl be deposited in the
wheels by a board of supervisors, who shall be
! appointed by tho Directors, alter which the wheel
i shall be sealed up and placed in the bnk iu thb
! city until the time of ai awing, when the super-
visors snail bring them to the place of drawing,
j break the 6eals and the drawing shall be dispos-'
I ed ol by taking a ticket irom each wheel at the
i same time, ana the prize ticket taken from tbe
prize wheel snail designate tue prize- arawu uj
tke ticket corresponding in number to the one
taken from the wheel at the same time; The
wheel shall be well shaken after each ticket ia
Excursions to our Seashore,
Forts and Battle Fields.
EXCURSION TRAINS WILL BE RUN IN
connection with Steamers from all points on
this road, asjwell as connecting roads, to carry
excursionists! to the Seaside atSmithville, Forts
Caswell, Fisher, Anderson and the numerous
other defensjve works constructed during the
late civil war.
Who will take in hand the Recommndalirma
for excursionists on the Seashore and at Smlth
8. L. FREMONT,
, , Eng. & Supt.
July 4 J 227-It
1D AND PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.
j ; DIVIDENDS PROMPT.
Enquire at the incomDarable CITT! f!LinM.
INGaTOREbt , MUNSON&CO.
CONSEQUENCE OF THE ABSENCE
from the city of the General Acent of the
Piedmont Life Insurance Comnanv. a renlv m
his advertisement of June aoth, has been de
layed, but will receive attention as 60on as be re
"WM. L. SMITH,
DeROSSET & CO.,
F. H. CAMJfiRON,
MATTHEW P. IAYLOR,
J. E. 8 f EAR MAN, '
E. F. GEORGE, i
JNO. A. BYRNE, I
Life Insurance! Agents.
i 287 tt
D. A. 8MTTTT.
BouUi Front Btrett,
Office Tbeascbe3 & Collectob, )
Wilsiisqxoh, N. C, June 4th, io69. f
pERSONS HOLDING TOWN HALL AND
New Issue, City of Wilmington, Bonds are no
tified that interest coming due the 1st proximo
will be paid on the 10th of July.
' ' Treasnrerand Collector,
iune 27 -:8&-4L
Star iojerttlirte times. !
'lhe6UDervi6orswiilbe gentlemen well known
Full lines of the above Goods at satisfactory j and noted for honesty and integrity, who will -
not De aiiowea io purcnase uckcib or own uj
! stock in the Company. The numbers and prizes ,
will be drawn from each wheel by two oiina do.vs
Pure Linen, 10, 15, 20 25 cts., and; upwards.
Fine Hemstitched Linen, only 25 cents.
SILK SPIDER "WEB HAIR NETS, piacjt and
crown oniy o cents.
Cotton Spider Web Hair Nts, only 5 dehii.
HOOP SKIRTS J
I ' !
Best makes, 25, 35, 40, 50 75 cenW, and up..
SILK, ALTACCA AND GINGIIAM
Best Assortment in the city, PRICES p jU AR-
SUN SHADES, PARASOLS ANI FjiNS,
In great variety; VERY CHEAP.
LACE MANTILLAS AND SUMMER
At about naif the former price.
WHITE AND FANCY SHIRtS ND
GENTi' FURNISHING GOODS,
Modern styles and living prices.
The public are cordially invited to time and
receive tue rail neneni ot the
R. S. WTALDRQN & CQ
Proprietors; of the Wilmington .Regulat
No. 7 North Front
and a lull report of all numbers drawing prizes
wrill be'published in 6ome prominent newspaper
immediately alter the drawing.
DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE.
Seven fine KESiDENCBSi-bur in the city o
Onemagniflcent brick residence: about I mile
from the Capitol of the State with 8 acres of
ground, fine orchard, delightful spring of water,
beautiful grove, walks of modern style, abun
dance of evergreens, all necessary out-bouses
brick stable, carriage house, &c. Value $ 10, 000.
One large and convenient housoi in the pity of
Raleigh, on Newbern street, thirteen large rooms,
double parlors, with all necessary out-buiidiDgs,
It acres of ground, and a beautiiul . oak grove.
One large house on Newbern and Bloodworth
streets, containing twenty rooms suitable for a v
boarding house, alliecessary out-baildings, with .
a beautiful oak grove in the yard and acre of
ground. Value $5,000.
.One beauti:ul large Residence, on Newbern
street, eight rooms and basement, four out build
tngs and stable,seven acres of ground, elm grovo,
very desirable and attractive. Value $3,000. i
One in Warrenton, N. C, known as the Alston
property, in pertect order, one of the best built
houses in tbe State, containing 8 large rooms,
double piazzas and porticos, one of the most 1
commanding and beautiful residences in tho
plat a, with o acrs of ground, fine orchard, beau
tiful oak grove in tbe yard, and all necessary
outbuildings. Value $2,000.
The property at Taylorsville 13 very attractive,
valuable and cheap. It is a hotel at the county
seat of a flourishing and growing village ol a
thousand or more inhabitants, and situated one
square from a good and nourishing College, no
school of better grade, right on the line of the
Atlantic and Ohio Railroad, and being situated
in the mountain region, the scenery is truly de
lightlul and fascinating, contains twenty rooms,
and the buildings are new.. Value $2,000. ,
One in Chapel Hill, containing 4 rooms, with
fire-places, and one forty-foot dining room. Ako,
kitcnen, out-houses and one , and three-fourths
acres of land Value $2,0 j0. J ?.
Those ordering tickets can select any number ,
from 1 to 73,347, if the number ordered has been .
taken, the number nearest will be sent. One
three cent stamp must" accompany every order.
All tickets will have the seal of the Company, ana
signature of the Secretary. . , ' ' .
BfWe refer to any merchant, banker or qw
er gentleman of standing in the city ot K,1 .
RFor further descriptions and particulars,
address. " " .
JOHN Ca HESTER Sec-